Enclavement

En`clave´ment


n.1.The state of being an enclave.
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Some areas addressed include Spanish chipped-stone technology in New Mexico, Yavapai structures in the Verde Valley, Apache projectile point design, federal recognition and Lipan Apache enclavement, and bison, trade, and warfare in the Late Prehistoric in southeastern New Mexico.
beaucoup moins que] Nous avons constate un enclavement complet de postes et dans des cas des constructions qui leur sont adjacentes, ce qui obstrue fatalement leur aeration [beaucoup plus grand que], denonce le meme interlocuteur.
There's a great deal more to look forward to in this year's festival, not least of which is Christos Georgiou's The Sea Remains -- the only documentary from Cyprus in this year's programme -- which narrates the story of an entire village on the northern edge of the island from the 1960s, through the invasion of 1974 and the years of enclavement, and up to 2015.
without any assistance because of enclavement and insecurity in that area.
Wilkins demontre que ce district n'est pas seulement le theatre de la [much less than]Season[much greater than], mais que la sociabilite elitaire contribue a un enclavement de ce secteur, a la privatisation de certains de ses espaces et a d'importants mouvements de population a mesure que certains secteurs gagnent ou declinent en popularity Dans le meme esprit, Roquigny nous entraine dans les espaces de loisir de la bourgeoisie anglomontrealaise ou se pratique la danse.
This feeling of being abandoned or underestimated is made worse by lack of infrastructure, and the numerous differentials between countries (currency, political systems, prices and products availability and periodicity) stretches the lines of this territoriality of enclavement, scarcity and wariness.
In my view, the juxtaposition of the two misconceptions--ignorance about the Stolen Generations and obfuscation concerning genocide--is symptomatic of Manne's enclavement within a conversation among White people.
is that encouragement of ethnic diversity and cultural distinctiveness fosters (implicitly, if not explicitly) ethnic separation, enclavement, and retention of traditional values.
Les resultats precedents ont conduit certains chercheurs a considerer l'immigration dans les villes canadiennes comme largement marquee par un processus d'assimilation et d'inclusion des nouveaux arrivants plutot que par celui de leur enclavement spatial et de leur isolement social.
A supposer meme qu'un peuple autochtone ne soit pas organiquement un exemple de la survivance contemporaine d'une communaute politique seculaire dont les prerogatives auraient survecu a son enclavement etatique, le statut, les pouvoirs et les fonctions qui sont en pratique reconnus au groupe en vertu des droits ancestraux suffiront pour distinguer le peuple autochtone d'une entite purement privee.
Enclavement was a major form of missionary presence and strategy for ministerial formation.
8) The space of enclavement remains a specifically masculine space, while the space of being enclaved belongs to the domestic women's trap.